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On behalf of the Pyramid Federal Credit Union Board of Directors, Staff, Volunteers and Membership, we are pleased to announce the2021 Munday Curd Scholarship Recipients.

This year's High School Seniors saw another year disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic.  They continue to demostrate resilience and perseverance, skills that will help them navigate this next chapter of their lives.


Carson Di Maria, Tanque Verde High School
Carson will be attending the Honor's College at the University of Arizona to study Biomedical Engineering. His goal is to have a fulfilling career where he can create new things and make peoples' lives easier.

Lyle Tanner, Empire High School
Lyle will be attending Northern Arizona University to study Business Management. His long-term goal is to bring that business knowledge together with his enjoyment in the kitchen and at the grill to open a restaurant in Tucson one day.

Trinity Esparza, Sabino High School
Crediting the heroes in healthcare throughout the pandemic, Trinity plans to pursue a degree in Nursing at Northern Arizona University. Later she'd like to become a Forensic Medical Examiner,

Alec Rivas, Cienega High School
A well-rounded student athlete and scholar, Alec plans to attend the University of Arizona to study business and  later pursue a career in Commercial Real Estate.

Kayla Greene, Cienega High School
With a passion toward helping kids, Kayla plans to earn a degree in Nursing from Arizona State University, with a special interest in becoming a Pediatric Intensive Care Nurse or Nurse Practitioner.

Isabella Dittiger, Empire High School
Hearing a call to service, Isabella plans to attend Penn State University to join the NROTC program and explore her passion for Naval Science and writing.

Brennan Ercanbrack, Cienega High School
Brennan plans keep his focus on academics and a to study Biochemistry at the University of Arizona on his journey toward medical or dental school.

Damon Robledo, Sahuaro High School
Heading to Illinois to study and play football, Damon plans to attend Concordia University Chicago and major in Computer Science. Once finished with school and financially stable, Damon wants to start his own youth football team.

Kelly Nguyen, Desert View High School
With her mind always set on a career in Architecture, Kelly will begin her studies at Pima Community College before transferring to ASU's Architecture program. Long term, Kelly wants to leave an impression on society.

Sepporah Leoni Johnson, Lancaster High School
Following her special connection with animals, Sepporah plans to purse a career in Veterinary Science.  She plans to begin her journey at Columbus State Community College and later at either Ohio State or the University of Arizona.


In recognition of long-time volunteer and Pyramid's first Manager, the Munday Curd Scholarship started back in 2005 to honor his legacy and contributions. Mr. Munday Curd personified the credit union “people helping people” philosophy for almost 30 years.

Through his guidance, Pyramid grew from just $10,000 in assets to $3.8 million; from one employee in a back bedroom of his home for an office, drawing $150 a year salary to 13 part-time employees in a four-room office before he retired in 1977.

Today, at nearly $180 million in assets and over 60 employees, Pyramid owes our success and future to Mr. Curd’s solid financial stewardship and compassion for our members and community. 

Since 2005, Pyramid has awarded 70 scholarships of $1000 to deserving high school seniors.